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Album Review

Elektra's two-disc Love entry into its excellent Definitive Rock series bests Rhino's 2003 compilation Best of Love by eight tracks. The inclusion of "Message to Pretty," "You I'll Be Following," and "Mushroom Clouds" from the group's 1966 debut, the B-side "No Fourteen," Da Capo's "Castle," Forever Changes' "Red Telephone" and "Bummer in the Summer," as well as "Good Times" from 1969's Four Sail makes this the second-best collection of the influential psychedelic/folk-rock ensemble's works next to 1995's Love Story 1966-1972. The only glaring omission is that there's nothing here from 1969's woefully uneven Out Here, specifically "Willow, Willow" or "Listen to My Song."

Biography

Formed: 1965 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '00s

One of the best West Coast folk-rock/psychedelic bands, Love may have also been the first widely acclaimed cult/underground group. During their brief heyday — lasting all of three albums — they drew from Byrds-ish folk-rock, Stones-ish hard rock, blues, jazz, flamenco, and even light orchestral pop to create a heady stew of their own. They were also one of the first integrated rock groups, led by genius singer/songwriter Arthur Lee, one of the most idiosyncratic and enigmatic talents...
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